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What Can I Grow?
Our goal is to help you grow the best possible plants – better than you can get from any other source. We strive to perfect all aspects of crop quality including flavour, appearance and consistency. By controlling and optimising the growing conditions we can give each plant exactly what it needs for strong, healthy growth. We start by obtaining high quality seeds. Choose from over 150 varieties of herbs, flowers, leafy greens and more...
Growing cherry tomatoes in hydroponic or aeroponic systems is totally fine and is a great use of your pod space. It is super easy to get started and we will walk you through every step to get your plant growing!
Basil is a wonderful option for aeroponic gardening because it grows quickly and takes well to this method of growing. When conditions are optimal, you can start harvesting your basil in just 28 days.
Butterhead lettuce produces 360 heads/cycle at 12 cycles per year, which will produce 4,320 heads per year. Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is one of the most commonly grown hydroponic vegetables.
Strawberries raised hydroponically are a richer source of vitamin C. And since ascorbic acid is one of the natural compounds that makes strawberries tart, strawberries grown hydroponically have more naturally tart flavour.
Apple Blossom is available year round and can easily be stored for up to seven days at a temperature of 2 - 7°C. Apple Blossom goes well with desserts and cocktails. It can also be successfully combined with shellfish or smoked fish.
Okra is a favorite in the South. It can be cooked into stews, gumbos, or pickled. It usually produces large yields and that will only be increased if you grow them using an aeroponics system.
Lettuce, spinach, kale, mustard greens, collard greens, different varieties of cabbage (like bok choy), and other leafy greens are easy to grow in small spaces with aeroponics systems.
Technically, peas are in the family of bean plants, so it is no secret that many varieties of beans can be grown aeroponically. Garbanzo beans, also known as chickpeas, navy beans, lentils, and other beans will all flourish in your aeroponics system.
Blueberries can be grown in an aeroponic system year round without issue by staggering the planting to overlap dormant periods. If you want to try to grow aeroponic blueberries, one thing to remember is that they require high acidity and 60-75% humidity.You might need to build or purchase an aeroponic system specifically for your blueberries for those reasons.
Peppers are another vertical growing plant like cucumbers and tomatoes that grow well in aeroponic systems when given the proper space and care. Bell peppers are the most popular of all varieties while cayenne and jalapeno are easy to grow as well.